Frontline Worker (Evening Position)

Job Description:

Reports to:                                    The Director-Reaching Home and Urban Inuit Division in the President’s Department.


The successful candidates will be covering either :

  • Section 2, which is to be at Milton/Du Parc area, Place des Arts area and Metro Mont-Royal, Place des Arts, McGill, Place d’Armes;


Section 3, which is to be at Cabot Square area, Atwater/St Jacques area and Metro Atwater, Guy, Lionel Groulx, De L’Eglise;

  • With a working schedule of 15h00 to 23h00 Monday to Friday:


  • Be present to assist members of the community coming South if they need support to find lodging, health services, beneficiary cards etc.;
  • Inform members of the community on the Urban realities, such as dangers of circulating in the city, providing Pedestrian and Crime safety tips;
  • For homeless members of the community, offer services and start the path towards using emergency shelters and transition to transitional housing;
  • Defuse conflict situations, if possible and/or collaborate with authorities and partners;
  • For Inuit experiencing homelessness, facilitate relationships with Resource Organizations (PAQ, Open Door, Chez Doris, Etc.);
  • After 20h00, assist community members in metro stations, in finding a shelter for the night if they need one. (stations mentioned above);
  • Assist community members who want to go back to Nunavik, working with partners North and South to establish a plan;
  • Be available and willing to circulate in different neighborhoods of the city;
  • Perform other related duties within the scope of the position or as requested by supervisor.


  • Experience in Social Intervention, is an asset;
  • Good communication skills in Inuktitut and English, French is a great asset;
  • Good computer skills : Microsoft Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.);
  • Have good knowledge of the realities, needs, and assets of the urban Inuit community in Montreal, or a strong willingness to learn about it;
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills, have a team spirit and openness to collaboration, and contribute to a positive and healthy work environment;
  • Motivated, and be passionate about improving the quality of life of urban Inuit;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, sound judgement and excellent work and moral ethic;
  • Ability to work outside standard office hours;
  • Ability to balance multiple demands and urgent requests;
  • Knowledge of urban Inuit priorities and understanding of the homelessness situation in Montreal;
  • High level of integrity, autonomy, and accountability;
  • High level of understanding of self-care.



Inuit Beneficiary hiring will always be a priority at Makivvik.

Training will be available for Beneficiaries in the advancement for their career.


All marginal benefits available to employees of the Corporation as outlined in the Makivvik Human Resources Policy Manual

It is the Corporation’s objective to favor and promote the employment of Inuit beneficiaries of the JBNQA.


We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.

Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

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